A total of $155,000 was spent on Ebola-related expenses. Much of Bentley’s care costs will be reimbursed by donations and grants.
“You may all go to hell, and I will go to Texas.”
The stars at night really are big and bright.
Who knew that a 23-year-old Brad could give us so many seriously ’80s poses?!
How’s your team doing this year?
The latest from BuzzFeed News on the confirmed Ebola case in New York City and the response to the virus in the U.S.
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“I feel very isolated and rejected and powerless,” the young woman told BuzzFeed News.
The latest from BuzzFeed News on the response to Ebola in the United States. Previous coverage of the outbreak can be found here.
Officials distributed information at hundreds of apartments in Dallas after three people were diagnosed with Ebola.
In exclusive interviews with BuzzFeed News, two Dallas residents who live next to Ebola patients described what it was like when hazmat crews descended on their buildings.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
Texans say they’re “rocking business as usual” despite the deadly Ebola infections in their neighborhood that have sparked headlines and fear around the country.
Ahead of congressional testimony scheduled for Thursday, Dr. Daniel Varga of Texas Health Resources said the hospital will do more training of its staff.
The second Texas health care worker infected with Ebola should not have flown from Dallas to Cleveland and back again because she had a low fever, CDC Director Tom Frieden says. President Obama called for “more aggressive” patient monitoring and said he kissed nurses who treated Ebola patients.
Two days after a nurse who treated the first U.S. Ebola patient became infected with the disease, the CDC said it needs to do more prevent the infection from spreading. It also announced that it is monitoring a total of 124 people who may have come in contact with the deadly virus.
Twenty-six-year-old Nina Pham received a plasma transfusion from an American Ebola survivor. Dallas Animal Services removed her dog from her apartment and placed it in a temporary home. UPDATE: Nina Pham released a statement saying she’s doing well and thanked her supporters.
The World Health Organization calls Ebola “unquestionably the most severe acute public health emergency in modern times” and says “the world is ill-prepared to respond to any severe, sustained, and threatening public health emergency.”
A man thought to be homeless is at “low risk” for Ebola, authorities said in a press conference on Sunday.
UPDATED: Dallas officials relocated the family of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan to an isolated location. Officials are also monitoring 50 people who had contact with him, and say that 10 people are at “high risk” of exposure.
The assault allegedly took place on Sept. 20, and Spillman has not yet been disciplined. The NFL is “looking into” the case, a representative told BuzzFeed News in a statement Thursday.
Texas Gov. Perry said this “case is serious” but the system is working as it should. The hospital said doctors first identified the patient’s symptoms as low-grade viral fever and sent him home.
The man arrived in the U.S. from Liberia on Sept. 20 and began to show symptoms of the virus on Sept. 24, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A handful of other people may have been exposed.
Do you even call Australia home, bro?!
You can travel the world, but few places are quite like Texas.
“You must ride horses everywhere!” *rolls eyes*
It’s that Southern charm y’all.
As if Beyoncé wasn’t reason enough.
It’s what every Texan deserves after making it through the summer heat.